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VFL REPORT: Borough Break Casey Fields Hoodoo

Port Melbourne has snapped a nine-year venue drought with a stirring victory over Casey at Casey Fields in Cranbourne on Saturday afternoon.

In the process, the Borough were able to chalk up their fifth win in the trot, and after dropping the opening two games of the season to Williamstown and Richmond, have now taken their 2019 win/loss record to an impressive 5-2 with a Bye to follow in Round 8 this weekend.

Under perfectly sunny skies – traditionally a rarity for travelling Borough fans to Casey Fields in years gone by – Port were able to importantly start well, with goals inside the first few minutes to Jordan Lisle and Ethan Phillips setting a positive tone from the outset.

Soon though, the Demons were able to respond swiftly, booting the next five goals of the game whilst subsequent opportunities went begging for Port at the other end.

The second quarter featured some tough, entertaining football from both sides, as they predominantly exchanged majors before going in to the main break separated by just a solitary point.

Coach Gary Ayres remained calm and positive in delivering his message in the rooms, enforcing to his troops that the second half would likely continue to be a grind and that composure would be of utmost importance in the grand scheme of the final result.

Pleasingly, the side was able to put together arguably their most complete half of football after the interval.

Absorbing Casey’s continual pressure, the Borough were able to spread threateningly from stoppages and move the ball in such an efficient manner that allowed Lisle and his group of small forwards the perfect opportunity to maximise one-on-one match ups with their Demon counterparts.

Co-captain Lisle would eventually finish with six goals in a wonderful performance that saw him shoot to the top of the ‘Frosty’ Miller Medal with a season tally of 17.

However, he was ably supported not only by the delivery of his midfield but also the pressure at ground level from some of his small forwards Blake Pearson, Campbell Walker, Ash Krakauer and Tom ‘Junior’ O’Sullivan.

With the game still in the balance at the final change as the Borough’s lead sat at 18 points, Port still had to be strong in the contest and capitalise inside forward 50 if they were to hold the quality of Casey at bay.

It took a wonderful long set shot effort at the 5-minute mark from the incredible Shannen Lange to push the margin out to 24, before the Borough swept away with majors to Phillips, two to Lisle and another to Lange would eventually see them record a famous 43-point win.

Despite a highly successful run over the course of the decade, incredibly it had been nine long seasons since the side had left Casey Fields with the four points – the longest such venue drought that the club previously had held.

With 31 possessions to go with three goals, Lange (pictured) was a unanimous choice as best on ground for the Borough, however other notable individual performances came from the likes of young star Harvey Hooper (19 possessions, 10 tackles), Mitch Wooffindin (22 possessions) and Jarryd Blair (21 possessions, 8 tackles).

Ruckman Tom Goodwin also drew widespread praise for his performance in matched up to the might of the Melbourne-listed Braydon Preuss. Both players would finish with 34 hitouts apiece, however Goodwin’s leadership and competitiveness around the ground was nothing short of outstanding.

The only sour note to come out of the game was an apparent knee injury to big man Khan Haretuku, who will have scans to determine the severity of the blow over the coming days.

Adding the overall circumstances to the fact that his side was one player down for the second half, Ayres was beaming with pride after the game; and he and his colleagues will now take stock and enjoy the refreshment of a Bye in Round 8 currently sitting in third sport on the VFL ladder.

Following that, the club will return to Adcon Stadium in the first of eight home games that are still remaining in season 2019; starting with Collingwood at 2:00pm on Sunday 2nd June.

Casey Demons 4.1-25 7.1-43 8.6-54 9.7-61

Port Melbourne 2.5-17 6.6-42 11.6-72 16.8-104

Goal Kickers: J. Lisle 6, S. Lange 3, E. Phillips 2, C. Walker 2, B. Pearson, D. Johnstone, T. O’Sullivan.

Best Players: S. Lange, H. Hooper, M. Wooffindin, J. Lisle, J. Blair, T. Goodwin.

Report: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Jenny Tserkezidis.

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